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Blocking access, stronger legal enforcement, and content at reasonable prices

Issued: January 31 2019

Asia IP asked key regional IP lawyers Kok Keng Lau, head of the IP, sports and gaming practice at Rajah & Tann in Singapore, and Frank Rittman, regional managing director at the Motion Picture Licensing Company (MPLC) in Hong Kong, how content producers will combat piracy in the future.

 

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